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Instruction Manual
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KV-28DX20U
KV-32DX20U
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NOTICE FOR CUSTOMERS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM
A molded plug complying with BS1363 is fitted to this equipment for your safety and
convenience.
Should the fuse in the plug supplied need to be replaced, a 5 AMP fuse approved by ASTA
or BSI to BS 1362 (i.e. marked with T or
) must be used.
When an alternative type of plug is used it should be fitted with a 5 AMP FUSE, otherwise
the circuit should be protected by a 5 AMP FUSE at the distribution board.
If the plug supplied with this equipment has a detachable fuse cover, be sure to attach the
fuse cover after you change the fuse. Never use the plug without the fuse cover. If you
should lose the fuse cover, please contact your nearest Sony service station.
ASA
FUSE
How to replace the Fuse
Open the fuse compartment with a blade screwdriver, and replace the fuse.
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IMPORTANT
If the plug supplied is not suitable for the socket outlet in your home, it should be cut off
and an appropriate plug fitted in accordance with the following instructions:
The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code:
Blue
Neutral
Brown
Live
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this apparatus may not correspond with
the coloured markings identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows:
The wire which is coloured blue must be connected to the terminal which is marked with
the letter N or coloured black. The wire which is coloured brown must be connected to
the terminal which is marked with the letter L or coloured red. Do not connect either wire
to the earth terminal in the plug which is marked by the letter E or by the safety earth
symbol
or coloured green or green and yellow.
WARNING
To prevent shock hazard, do not insert the plug cut off from the mains lead into a socket
outlet. This plug cannot be used and should be destroyed.
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain or moisture.
Dangerously high voltages are present inside the set. Do not open the cabinet. Refer
servicing to qualified personnel only.
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Safety Information
For your safety
All TVs operate on extremely high voltages. To prevent fire or electric shock, please follow the safety procedures indicated
below.
For General Safety
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Do not expose the TV set to rain or moisture.
Do not remove the rear cover.
For your protection, refer all servicing to qualified personnel only.
For Safe Installation
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Do not install the TV in hot, humid or excessively dusty places.
Do not block or cover the ventilation openings. For ventilation, leave a space of at least
10 cm all around the set.
Do not install the TV where it may be exposed to mechanical vibrations.
Place the TV set only on a stable stand designed for the weight and dimensions of the
TV.
For Safe Operation
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Do not operate the TV set on anything other than a 220-240V AC, 50Hz supply.
Do not operate the TV if any liquid or solid objects fall in through the ventilation slots.
Have it checked immediately.
For environmental and safety reasons, it is recommended that the TV set is not left in
standby mode when not in use. Switch off at the mains.
Do not disconnect the TV by pulling on the power cable. Disconnect by removing the
mains plug.
In case of a thunderstorm, disconnect the TV set from the main supply and the aerial.
Otherwise the set may be damaged by a stroke of lightning.
For Maintenance
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When the TV is switched off, clean the TV screen with a soft dampened cloth. Do not
use any abrasive cleaners.
Dust and nicotine deposits may cause heat accumulation inside the TV set. In the long
term this could be a safety risk and may shorten the lifetime of your TV set. Therefore
have your set serviced about every five years.
Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Quick Start Guide
Checking the accessories supplied
Inserting batteries into the remote control
Connecting the aerial
Switching on the TV
Automatically tuning the TV
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Overview
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Overview of the TV set buttons
Overview of the remote control buttons
Additional TV Features
Choosing a language for the TV menu screens
Automatically tuning the TV
Re-arranging the TV channels
Adjusting the picture
Changing picture and sound modes quickly
Adjusting the sound
Changing the screen mode
Displaying subtitles for digital channels
Using the ‘Further Programme Preset’ feature
Adjusting the picture rotation
Using the parental lock
Using the sleep timer
Manually tuning the TV
Skipping programme positions
Naming a channel
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Teletext
Viewing standard teletext
Viewing digital teletext
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Electronic Programme Guide (EPG)
Displaying the EPG
Viewing information on the EPG
Recording programmes
Setting the manual timer
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Optional Equipment
Connecting equipment to the TV
Additional information when connecting equipment
Selecting the output source for the scart sockets G or
Using the ‘AV Label Preset’ feature
H
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Additional Information
Specifications
Troubleshooting
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Quick Start Guide
Follow steps 1-5 to:
Check the accessories supplied
Insert batteries into your remote control
Connect the aerial to your TV
Plug in and switch on the TV
View programmes on your TV
1. Checking the accessories supplied
Batteries
Remote control
2. Inserting batteries into the remote control
Always remember to dispose of used batteries in an environmentally friendly way.
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Quick Start Guide
3. Connecting the aerial
Connect a conventional aerial to the socket
marked
on the rear of the TV.
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1
R/D/D/D
L/G/S/I
2
S
2
3
5V 200mA
4. Switching on the TV
Connect the TV plug to the mains socket
(220-240V AC, 50Hz) and switch on.
Push in the on/off switch on the front of the TV.
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Quick Start Guide
5. Automatically tuning the TV
When you first switch on the TV, the following sequence of menu screens appear on the TV enabling you to 1) choose a language
for the TV menu screens, 2) tune channels to the TV, 3) arrange the channels.
1. When switching on the TV for the first time, the
‘LANGUAGE’ menu appears automatically on the TV
screen enabling you to select in which language you wish
to read the TV menu screens. Press the V or v buttons on
the remote control to select your chosen language then
press the OK button to confirm your selection.
2. The ‘AUTO TUNE’ menu appears on the TV screen in
your selected language. Press the V or v buttons to select
‘YES’ then press the OK button to confirm.
3. Ensure the antenna is connected as instructed, then press
the OK button to confirm. The TV starts to automatically
search and store all available channels for you. Please be
patient and do not press any buttons.
The digital channels will be stored on programme
numbers 1-90 and the analogue channels on programme
numbers 91-99.
Note: If any digital channels are stored on programme
numbers 91-99 during the Automatic Tuning procedure,
then no analogue channels will be allocated. If this
happens, please refer to the section ‘Manually Tuning the
TV’ on page 20 of this manual to tune in and store the
analogue channels.
4. When the TV has finished tuning in all available
channels, the ‘PROGRAMME SORTING’ menu appears
on the TV screen enabling you to change the order of the
channels on your TV. If you wish to change the channel
order, press the V or v buttons on your remote control to
select the channel you want to move, then press the OK
button. Press the V or v buttons to select the new
programme number position for your selected channel
then press the OK button to confirm. The selected
channel now moves to its new programme position and
the other channels move accordingly. Repeat this
procedure if you wish to sort the order of other channels
on your TV.
5. Press the MENU button to remove the menu from the TV
screen.
6. Press the PROGR+/- or the numbered buttons on the
remote control to view the TV channels.
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Do you want to start
automatic tuning?
Yes
No
Confirm: OK
Please confirm that
antenna is connected
Confirm: OK
BBC TWO
Overview
Overview of the TV set buttons
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MONO
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P
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s
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2 L/G/S/I R/D/D/D
2
Video input button.
Press to select the input
signals from VCR etc.
On/Off switch.
Press to switch TV on and off.
Auto tune button.
Press to select the automatic
tuning function.
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MONO
P
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s
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2 L/G/S/I R/D/D/D
2
Volume control buttons.
Press to increase(+)/decrease(-) volume.
Programme Up(+) or Down(-) buttons.
Press to select TV channels.
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Overview
Overview of the remote control buttons
To mute sound
Press to mute TV sound. Press again to
restore the sound.
To reveal on screen information
Press to reveal all on-screen indications.
Press again to cancel. In teletext mode,
press to reveal concealed information (eg
answers to a quiz) then press again to
cancel.
To select channels
Press the numbered buttons to select
channels.
For double digit programme numbers,
e.g.23, press -/-- first, then the buttons 2 and
3. If you enter an incorrect first digit, select
-/-- button again to enter the programme
number of your choice.
To select EPG
Press to display the Electronic Programme
Guide. Press again to remove display.
To select Teletext
Press to switch on Teletext.
To temporarily switch off TV
Press to temporarily switch off TV. Press again to
switch on from standby mode. To save energy, we
recommend switching off completely when TV is not
in use.
NOTE: After 15-30 minutes without a TV signal and
without any button being pressed, the TV switches
automatically into standby mode.
To select input signal or freeze teletext
Press to select inputs from the TV sockets (see Using
Optional Equipment section). In teletext mode, press
to freeze the displayed page. Press once again to
cancel.
To return to previous channel
Press to return to the previous channel you were
watching. Note: This can be done only after watching
the present channel for 5 seconds.
To display the menu
Press if you wish to use the TV menu system. Press
again to remove the menu from the TV screen.
To select menu items
Use these buttons and the OK button to select the
options available in the menu system of this TV.
To display picture menu
Press to change the picture settings. Press
the OK button to remove the display.
To change screen format
Press to change the size of the screen.
To display sound menu
Press to change the sound settings. Press the
OK button to remove the display.
See Teletext section of manual for details.
To select channels
Press to select channels.
To adjust TV volume
Press to adjust the volume of the TV.
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Additional TV Features
Choosing a language for the TV menu screens
The TV consists of a menu system which can appear on screen in a variety of languages. Use the following feature to select the
language that best suits you.
1. Press the MENU button on the remote control to display
the menu on the TV screen.
2. Press the V or v buttons to select the
symbol on the
menu screen then press the b button to enter the
‘PRESET’ menu.
3. Press the V or v buttons to select ‘Language’ on the
menu screen then press the b button to enter the
‘LANGUAGE’ menu.
4. Press the V or v buttons to select your chosen language.
5. Press the OK button to confirm your selection.
6. Press the MENU button to remove the display from the
TV screen.
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Additional TV Features
Automatically tuning the TV
You have already tuned in all available channels using the ‘Automatically tuning the TV’ section at the start of this manual. If
you need to repeat the tuning procedure however, follow the instructions below and the TV automatically searches and stores all
available channels for you.
1. Press the MENU button on the remote control to display
the menu on the TV screen.
2. Press the v button on the remote control to select the
symbol on the menu screen then press the b button to
enter the ‘PRESET’’ menu.
3. Press the V or v button to select ‘Auto Programme’ then
press the b button to display the autotune menu.
Do you want to start
automatic tuning?
4. Press the V or v buttons to select ‘YES’ then press the
OK button to confirm.
5. Ensure the antenna is connected as instructed, then press
the OK button to confirm. The TV starts to automatically
search and store all available channels for you. Please be
patient and do not press any buttons.
The digital channels will be stored on programme
numbers 1-90 and the analogue channels on programme
numbers 91-99.
Note: If any digital channels are stored on programme
numbers 91-99 during the Automatic Tuning procedure,
then no analogue channels will be allocated. If this
happens, please refer to the section ‘Manually Tuning
the TV’ on page 20 of this manual to tune in and store
the analogue channels.
6. When the automatic tuning procedure is complete, the
menu disappears from the TV screen. Press the
PROGR+/- or the numbered buttons on the remote
control to view the TV channels.
Note: Press the MENU button if you wish to stop the
automatic tuning procedure.
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Yes
No
Confirm: OK
Please confirm that
antenna is connected
Confirm: OK
Additional TV Features
Re-arranging the TV channels
After tuning the TV, you can use this feature to change the channel order.
1. Press the MENU button on the remote control to display
the menu on the TV screen.
2. Press the v button on the remote control to select the
symbol on the menu screen then press the b button to
enter the ‘PRESET’ menu.
3. Press the v button to select ‘Programme Sorting’ then
press the b button to enter the ‘PROGRAMME
SORTING’ menu.
4. Press the V or v buttons to select the channel you want
to move then press the OK button to confirm.
5. Press the V or v buttons to select the new programme
position (eg PROG 4) for your selected channel then
press the OK button to confirm. The selected channel
now moves to its new programme position and the other
channels move accordingly.
6. Repeat steps 4 and 5 if you wish to sort other channels.
7. Press the MENU button to remove the menu from the TV
screen.
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Additional TV Features
Adjusting the picture
Although the picture is adjusted at the factory, you can modify it to suit your own taste.
1. Press the MENU button on the remote control to display the
menu on the TV screen.
2. Press the V or v button on the remote control to select the
symbol on the menu screen then press the b button to enter
the ‘PICTURE CONTROL’ menu.
3. Press the V or v buttons to select the item on the screen you
wish to adjust then press the b button to confirm. For a
description of the menu items and their effects, see the table
below.
4. If you selected ‘Picture Mode’ or ‘Format’ in step 3, press the
V or v buttons to select the item on the screen you wish to
adjust then press the b button to confirm.
5. Press the b or B buttons to adjust your selected item.
6. As soon as you have adjusted the item, press the OK button to
store the new setting.
7. If you selected ‘Picture Mode’ or ‘Format’ in step 3, press the
B button to return to the ‘PICTURE CONTROL’ menu.
8. Repeat steps 3-7 to adjust the other items.
9. Press the MENU button to remove the menu from the TV
screen.
Picture Mode
Picture Modeb
B
Personal (for individual settings)
Movie (for films)
Live (for live broadcasts)
Brightness*
Colour*
Sharpness*
Hue**
Contrast
Reset
Format
Digital Signal
Resets picture to factory preset levels
Format
Scroll
Auto 16:9
(refer to page 14 for details)
b
Off
B
On
*** Set to Composite or RGB. Choose the
option that gives you the picture quality
you prefer
*Only if you select ‘Personal’ in ‘Picture Mode’.
** Available for NTSC colour system only.
*** If you select the RGB option, any changes made to the Colour, Sharpness and
Hue levels will have no effect
Changing picture and sound modes quickly
You can quickly change the Picture Mode or the Equalizer Mode
without entering the ‘PICTURE CONTROL’ or the ‘SOUND
CONTROL’ menu screens.
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1. Press the
symbol on the remote control for picture modes
or the symbol for equalizer modes.
2. Press the V or v buttons to select the desired mode.
3. Press the OK button to remove the display from the TV
screen.
Personal
Movie
Live
Personal
Rock
Jazz
Pop
Additional TV Features
Adjusting the sound
Although the sound is adjusted at the factory, you can modify it to suit your own taste.
1. Press the MENU button on the remote control to display
the menu on the TV screen.
2. Press the V or v button on the remote control to select
the symbol on the menu screen then press the b button
to enter the ‘SOUND CONTROL’ menu.
3. Press the V or v buttons to select the item on the screen
you wish to adjust then press the b button to confirm.
For a description of the menu items and their effects, see
the table below.
4. If you selected ‘Sound Mode’ in step 3, press the V or v
buttons to select the item on the screen you wish to adjust
then press the b button to confirm.
5. Press the b or B buttons to adjust your selected item.
6. As soon as you have adjusted the item, press the OK
button to store the new setting.
7. If you selected ‘Sound Mode’ in step 3, press the B
button to return to the ‘SOUND CONTROL’ menu.
8. Repeat steps 3-7 to adjust the other items.
9. Press the MENU button to remove the menu from the TV
screen.
Sound Mode
b
B
SOUND CONTROL
Sound Mode
Balance
Reset
Spatial
Dual Sound
Volume Offset
Volume
Dual Sound
Personal
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Off
Mono
0. . .
......
Mono
Personal
Rock
Jazz
Pop
Balance
Reset
Resets sound to factory preset levels
Spatial
b
B
On: volume level of the channels will
stay the same
Off: volume level changes according
to the broadcast signal
Dual Sound
Stereo B
b Mono (for a stereo broadcast)
A for channel 1 B b B for channel 2
(for a bilingual broadcast)
Volume Offset
B
Headphones
i Volume
i Dual Sound
The channel volume level can be b
adjusted over a range of -12 to +12.
Stereo B b Mono (for a stereo broadcast)
A for channel 1 B b B for channel 2
(for a bilingual broadcast)
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Additional TV Features
Changing the screen mode
Using this Screen Mode feature you can change the aspect ratio of the screen.
1. Press the MENU button on the remote control to display the
menu on the TV screen.
2. Press the V or v button on the remote control to select the
symbol on the menu screen then press the b button to enter
the ‘PICTURE CONTROL’ menu.
3. Press the v button to select ‘Format’ on the menu screen then
press the b button to enter the ‘FORMAT’ menu.
4. Format
Press the V or v button to select ‘Format’ then press the b
button to enter. Press the b or B button repeatedly to select
one of the following modes then press the OK button to store
the chosen mode:
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smart - imitation of wide screen effect (16:9) for 4:3
broadcasts
wide - for 16:9 broadcasts
zoom - imitation of wide screen effect (16:9) for movies
broadcast in cinemascopic format
14:9 - compromise between 4:3 and 16:9 format - for
conventional 14:9 picture
4:3 - conventional 4:3 picture
FORMAT
Wide
0
On
Format
Scroll
Auto 16:9
rmat
Smart
Wide
5. Scroll
Press the v button to select ‘Scroll’. If you selected zoom
mode, 14:9 mode or smart mode in step 4, you can use ‘Scroll’
to move the screen up- or downwards in order to see the cutoff parts (eg to read subtitles). Press the b button to highlight
the options then press the b or B buttons to adjust the screen
position over a range of -5 to +5. Press the OK button to store.
6. Auto 16:9
Press the v button to select ‘Auto 16:9’ then press the b
button to enter. Press the b or B buttons to select ‘On’ if you
wish the TV set to switch automatically to wide format if a
16:9 broadcast is detected or ‘Off’ for normal mode. Press the
OK button to store.
7. Press the MENU button to remove the menu from the TV
screen.
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Zoom
14:9
4:3
Additional TV Features
Displaying subtitles for digital channels
With this feature you can view subtitles on the TV screen when watching digital channels.
When watching analogue channels you can view subtitles via the teletext menu (see the teletext section of this instruction manual
for details).
1. Press the MENU button on the remote control to display
the menu on the TV screen.
2. Press the v button to select the
symbol on the menu
screen then press the b button to enter the ‘PRESET’
menu.
3. Press the v button to select ‘Digital Subtitles’ then press
the b button to enter.
4. Press the b or B buttons to select the language in which
you wish the subtitles to appear. You can choose from
English, Welsh or Gaelic (when transmitted by
broadcaster).
5. Press the OK button to confirm your selection.
6. Press the MENU button to remove the menu from the
TV screen.
7. When you wish to cancel subtitles, repeat steps 1 - 6 and
set to OFF in step 4.
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Additional TV Features
Using the further programme preset feature
With this feature you can a) manually fine-tune the TV to obtain a better picture reception if the picture is distorted or b) preset
the AV output for the programme positions of channels with scrambled signals (eg from a pay TV decoder). In this way a
connected VCR records the unscrambled signal.
1. Press the MENU button on the remote control to display
the menu on the TV screen.
2. Press the v button to select the
symbol on the menu
screen then press the b button to enter the ‘PRESET’
menu.
3. Press the v button to select ‘Further Programme Preset’
then press the b button to enter the ‘FURTHER
PROGRAMME PRESET’ menu.
FURTHER PROGRAMME PRESET
PROG
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
AFT
On
On
On
On
On
On
On
On
On
On
DECODER
Off
Off
AV1
Off
AV2
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
4. Press the V or v buttons to select the relevant
programme number then press the b button repeatedly
to select a) AFT or b) DECODER. The selected item
changes colour.
5. a) AFT
Press the V or v buttons to fine tune the channel
frequency over a range of -15 to +15. Press the OK
button to confirm. Repeat steps 4 and 5a if you wish to
fine tune other channels.
b) DECODER
Press the V or v buttons to select AV1 or AV2 for the
programme position and press the OK button to confirm.
You can now attach a decoder to the AV1 or the AV2
socket on the back of the TV and the picture from that
decoder will appear on this programme number. Repeat
steps 4 and 5b to preset the AV output for other
programme positions.
6. Press the MENU button to remove the menu from the
TV screen.
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FURTHER PROGRAMME PRESET
PROG
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
AFT
On
On
On
On
On
On
10
On
On
On
DECODER
Off
Off
AV1
Off
AV2
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Additional TV Features
Adjusting the picture rotation
If, due to the earth’s magnetic field, the picture slants, you can use this feature to readjust the picture.
1. Press the MENU button on the remote control to display
the menu on the TV screen.
2. Press the v button to select the symbol on the menu
screen then press the b button to enter the ‘PRESET’
menu.
3. Press the v button to select ‘Picture Rotation’ then press
the b button to highlight the 0 (zero) on the right of the
menu.
4. Press the b or B buttons to adjust the picture rotation.
The adjusting range is -5 to +5.
5. Press the OK button to store the new range.
6. Press the MENU button to remove the menu from the
TV screen.
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Additional TV Features
Using the parental lock
This feature enables you to prevent undesirable broadcasts appearing on the TV.
1. Press the MENU button on the remote control to display
the menu on the TV screen.
2. Press the v button on the remote control to select the
symbol on the menu screen then press the b button to
enter the ‘PRESET’ menu.
3. Press the v button to select ‘Parental Lock’ then press
the b button to enter the ‘PARENTAL LOCK’ menu.
4. Press the v button to select the channel you wish to
block then press the OK button to confirm your
selection. The symbol appears before the programme
position to indicate this channel is now blocked. To
unblock the channel, press the OK button again. The
symbol disappears.
5. Repeat step 4 if you wish to block other channels.
6. Press the MENU button to remove the menu from the
TV screen.
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Additional TV Features
Using the sleep timer
The TV can be set to switch automatically to standby mode after a length of time chosen by you. You may set the time in 30
minute steps up to 4 hours.
1. Press the MENU button on the remote control to display
the menu on the TV screen.
2. Press the v button on the remote control to select the
symbol on the TV screen then press the b button twice.
3. Press the b or B buttons repeatedly until the required
amount of time delay appears on the screen.
TIMER
Sleep Timer
Off
TIMER
Sleep Timer
1:00
4. Once the time delay has been selected, press the OK
button to enter.
5. Press the MENU button to remove the menu from the
TV screen.
One minute before standby, the display shown appears
on the screen.
Notes:When watching TV, press the
to see the time remaining.
0:01
button if you wish
To return to normal operation from standby mode,
press the / button.
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Additional TV Features
Manually tuning the TV
You have already tuned the TV automatically using the instructions at the start of this manual. You can however carry out this
operation manually, adding channels to the TV, one at a time.
1. Press the MENU button on the remote control to display
the menu on the TV screen.
2. Press the v button to select the
symbol on the TV
screen then press the b button to enter the PRESET menu.
3. Press the v button to select ‘Manual Programme Preset’
on the menu screen then press the b button to enter the
‘MANUAL PROGRAMME PRESET’ menu.
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4. Press the V or v buttons to select an unused programme
number for your channel then press the b button to enter.
5. Press the V or v buttons to select the TV broadcast system
(I for analogue or DIG for digital) or a video input source
(AV1, AV2 ...) then press the b button to confirm.
6. Select the first number digit of ‘CHAN’ (channel) then the
second number digit of ‘CHAN’ with the number buttons
on the remote control
or
Press the V or v buttons to search for the next available
channel.
7. If you wish to change the ‘SERV’ service number, select
each digit in turn and press the numbered buttons on the
remote control to change to your desired service.
8. If you do not wish to store this channel on the programme
number you selected, press the V or v buttons on the
remote control to continue searching for the desired
channel.
9. If this is the channel you wish to store, press the OK
button.
10. Repeat steps 4-8 if you wish to store more channels then
press the MENU button to remove the menu from the TV
screen.
NOTE: After manually tuning in the channels you require, you
can sort the channels into the order you prefer by following the
procedure ‘Re-arranging the TV channels’ on page 11.
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Additional TV Features
Skipping programme positions
This function enables you to skip unused programme positions when selecting them with the PROGR+/- buttons. However, by
using the number buttons you can still select the skipped programme position.
1. Press the MENU button on the remote control to display
the menu on the TV screen.
2. Press the v button on the remote control to select the
symbol on the menu screen then press the b button to
enter the ‘PRESET’ menu.
3. Press the v button to select ‘Manual Programme Preset’
then press the b button to enter the ‘MANUAL
PROGRAMME PRESET’ menu.
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4. Press the V or v buttons to select the programme
position you want to skip then press the b button to
enter the ‘SYS’ column.
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5. Press the v button to select ‘---’ then press the OK
button to store.
6. Repeat steps 4 and 5 to skip other programme positions.
7. Press the MENU button to remove the menu from the
TV screen.
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Additional TV Features
Naming a channel (Analogue channels only)
Names for channels are usually taken automatically from Teletext if available. You can however name a channel or an input video
source using up to five characters (letters or numbers).
1. Press the MENU button on the remote control to display
the menu on the TV screen.
2. Press the v button to select the
symbol on the menu
screen then press the b button to enter the ‘PRESET’
menu.
3. Press the v button to select ‘Manual Programme Preset’
then press the b button to enter the ‘MANUAL
PROGRAMME PRESET’ menu.
4. Press the V or v buttons to select the channel you wish
to name.
5. Press the b button repeatedly until the first element of
the ‘LABEL’ column is highlighted.
6. Press the V or v buttons to select a letter or number
(select ‘-’ for a blank) then press the b button to
confirm. Select the other four characters in the same
way.
7. After selecting all the characters, press the OK button.
8. Repeat steps 4 to 7 if you wish to label other channels.
9. Press the MENU button to remove the menu from the
TV screen.
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Additional TV Features
Viewing Standard Teletext
Teletext is an information service transmitted by most TV stations.
Selecting Teletext
1. When viewing analogue channels press a numbered button on
the remote control to select the channel which carries the
teletext service you wish to receive.
TELETEXT
TELETEXT
Index
Index
Programme
25
News
153
Sport
101
Weather
Programme
153
Sport
101
Weather
98
98
2. Press the
on the remote control to switch on teletext. Press
the
button again if you wish to superimpose teletext on to
the TV screen.
3. Select the required page using the numbered buttons on the
remote control. If you make an error, complete the number, then
reenter the correct page number.
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News
TELETEXT
Index
Programme
25
News
153
Sport
101
Weather
98
TELETEXT
Index
Programme
25
News
153
Sport
101
Weather
98
Using Other Standard Teletext Functions
To move to the next or preceding page
Press the
or
buttons to select the previous or next page.
To freeze a Teletext page
Press the
button to freeze the page. Press again to cancel the
freeze.
Revealing concealed information (eg:answers to a quiz).
Press the
button to reveal information. Press again to conceal the
information.
Using colour buttons to access pages (Fastext)
When the colour coded menu appears at the bottom of a page, press
the colour buttons (red, green, yellow or blue) on the control to
access the corresponding page.
Displaying TOP-Text (when available)
With TOP-Text you can access pages easily by selecting blocks or
groups of pages. The block is a category (for example Sports) which
includes the groups (for example Football). When TOP-Text is
broadcast, a colour coded menu appears at the bottom of the screen.
2
The colours of this
menu correspond to the red, green, yellow and
blue buttons on the remote control. Press these coloured buttons to
displayed the desired pages.
1
1. Press the
button to display teletext.
2. Press the coloured buttons to search for the page you desire:
Red: to go back to the previous page
Green: to proceed to the next page.
Yellow: to proceed to the first page of the next group.
Blue: to proceed to the first page of the next block.
3. Press the
button twice to return to normal TV.
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Additional TV Features
Viewing Digital Teletext
Most of the digital TV channels broadcast information via teletext. This digital service includes high quality text and graphics as
well as advanced navigational options. Additionally, this television set has access to a dedicated digital teletext channel.
Selecting the dedicated digital
teletext channel
1. To view the dedicated digital teletext service, press the
numbered buttons on your remote control to select the relevant
channel number. If you do not know the channel number, press
the OK button to look for this channel in the channel table.
2. Once the teletext channel is displayed, follow the instructions
on-screen to display the teletext information, then press the V,
v, B or b buttons to guide the on-screen cursor to the required
area of the screen then press the OK button to display the chosen
information.
3. Alternatively, you can use the number and colour buttons on the
remote control to directly enter the page number required and to
display the various pages of text information.
4. If when viewing the teletext pages, you are requested to select
‘OK’ or ‘Cancel’, press the OK button for ‘OK’ or the
button for ‘Cancel’.
5. When you have finished viewing teletext, press the
button
or the PROG +/- buttons, and then select an alternative digital
channel.
Selecting teletext from the other
digital channels
Normal teletext services may also be available on other digital
channels. Sometimes this is indicated by a small symbol or text
display on your TV screen, superimposed on the channel you are
watching.
1. Press the V, v, B or b buttons to select the symbol then press
the OK button to display the chosen information.
2. Alternatively, you may be requested to use the number and
colour buttons on your remote control to display the various
pages of text information. If when viewing the teletext pages,
you are requested to select ‘OK’ or ‘Cancel’, press the OK
button for ‘OK’ or the
button for ‘Cancel’.
3. Once the text information is displayed on screen, use the V, v,
B or b buttons, the colour buttons and/or the number buttons
to access the chosen information.
4. When you have finished viewing teletext, press the
and then select an alternative digital channel.
button
On other channels there may be no on-screen symbol, but you can
see if there is a digital service as follows:
1. When watching a digital TV channel, press the
button on
your remote control to display any text service which may be
available.
2. Press the number buttons to select the various pages of
information available and/or the colour buttons for the functions
shown on screen.
3. When you have finished using the text service, press the
button to return to normal TV.
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Additional TV Features
Electronic Programme Guide (EPG)
The Electronic Programme Guide (EPG) is a guide which provides programme information for all digital channels supporting
EPG.
Displaying the EPG
1. Press the
button on the remote control to display the
programme guide on the TV screen. You may see the
message 'EPG INFORMATION IS TEMPORARILY
UNAVAILABLE' whilst waiting for the EPG to appear
on screen.
2. Press the V, v, B or b buttons on the remote control to
move the on-screen cursor around the guide.
3. Press the
button again to remove the programme
guide from the TV screen.
Viewing Information on the EPG
You can alter the type of information presented on the EPG
by changing data in each of the EPG columns. You can for
example display information for all sports programmes being
shown tomorrow from 5.00pm onwards.
1. Press the
button on the remote control to display the
EPG on the TV screen.
2. Press the B or b buttons to highlight the 'date' column
then press the V or v buttons to select your chosen date.
3. Press the B or b buttons to highlight the 'time' column
then press the V or v buttons to select your chosen time.
4. Press the b button or press the OK button. The EPG will
display programme information according to the date
and time you selected.
5. Press the b button to highlight the 'programme type'
News,
column then press the V or v button to select
Films,
Sport,
Entertainment,
Lifestyle,
Education or
Childrens Programmes.
6. Press the B or b buttons or press the OK button to
update the programme information accordingly. If you
selected tomorrow's date, 17:00 and Sport, you should
now be able to view all the sports programmes being
shown tomorrow from 5.00 pm onwards.
7. Press the
button on the remote control to remove the
EPG from the TV screen.
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Electronic Programme Guide (EPG)
Additional TV Features
Recording Programmes
1 Press the
button on the remote control to display the
EPG on the TV screen.
2 Press the B or b buttons to highlight the 'programme'
column then press the V or v buttons to select your
desired programme.
3 Press the OK button. If the programme is currently being
broadcast, it will be displayed on your TV. If not, the
'TIMER' menu will be displayed on the TV screen.
4 At the bottom of the timer page you can see the symbols
(back to EPG),
(to record a programme) or
(to set the programme to switch on automatically).
5 Press the B or b buttons to select one of these symbols
then press the OK button to confirm your selection. The
EPG appears on screen with the relevant icon appearing
next to the programme you selected in step 2.
6 If you wish to cancel a recording, select the relevant
programme and press the OK button. A menu is displayed
on screen requesting you to select 'Return' if you wish to
continue to record the programme or 'Delete' if you wish
to cancel the recording request.
7 After making your selection, press the OK button to
confirm. The record icon disappears from the EPG if
'Delete' was selected in step 6.
8 If you have finished viewing programmes on your TV,
press the / button before the timer recording starts to
leave your TV in standby mode for the timer settings to
be activated. If, however, you wish to continue watching
other programmes after setting the timer, you can do so
by changing programmes in the normal way. If you are
watching another programme when the timer is due to
start, a display will appear on screen advising you that, if
you change channels, you automatically cancel the
recording.
9 If you do not wish to cancel or view the recording, press
the / button whilst one of the displays are still on
screen to leave your TV in standby mode. The standby
indicator on the front of the TV will flash to show that the
timer record operation is active. If, however, you choose
to change programmes, you automatically cancel the
recording.
Notes: If your video recorder (VCR) is not Smartlinkcompatible, you will need to set your VCR to switch
on and off automatically after setting the timer on
the EPG. If you want to change channel once a
digital programme has started recording, select the
channel by using the remote control buttons as
normal. The message 'STOP RECORDING' will be
displayed on screen. Either do nothing to allow the
recording to continue or select the required channel
once more while the message is still displayed on
screen. The recording will then be cancelled.
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Additional TV Features
Electronic Programme Guide (EPG)
Setting The Manual Timer
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Press the
button on the remote control to display the
EPG on the TV screen.
Press the B or b buttons to highlight the 'programme
type' column then press the v button to select the timer
symbol
.
Press the OK button to display a screen of 9 programme
slots, each one indicating that it is either free for
programming, or that it has a programme already stored
in it.
Press the B button to enter the 'programme' column.
Press the V or v buttons to select a free row then press
the OK button to display the Set Timer screen. This
screen asks you to confirm the date, programme number,
start time and end time.
Press the V button to select the date area then press the
number buttons on the remote control to enter the date.
Press the b button to confirm the date then press the V or
v buttons to select the month.
Press the b button to confirm the month and to enter the
start time.
Press the number buttons to enter the time when you want
the timer to switch on, preferably several minutes before
you set your video recorder to start recording. If you wish
to switch on at 8.25 pm, enter 2025.
Press the b button to confirm the entry and to enter the
switch-off time.
Press the number buttons to enter the time you want the
timer to switch off, preferably after your video has
stopped recording. Again, you should enter 4 digits using
the 24 hour format.
Press the b button to confirm the entry and to enter the
programme number.
Press the OK button to save the settings then select
and press OK button to return to the Manual
Timer Setup menu.
Select another available slot if you wish to record a
further programme. Otherwise, press the b button to
enter the 'programme type' column then press the OK
button to return to the EPG.
If you have finished viewing programmes on your TV,
press the / button before the timer recording starts to
leave your TV in standby mode for the timer settings to
be activated. If, however, you wish to continue watching
other programmes after setting a timer, you can do so by
changing programmes in the normal way. If you are
watching another programme when the timer is due to
start a display will appear on screen advising you that, if
you change channels now, you automatically cancel the
recording.
If you do not wish to cancel or view the recording, press
the / button whilst the display is still on screen to leave
your TV in standby mode. The standby indicator on the
front of the TV will flash to show that the timer record
operation is active. If, however, you choose to change
programmes, you automatically cancel the recording.
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Optional Equipment
Connecting equipment to the TV
Using the following instructions, you can connect a wide range of optional equipment to your TV.
Connecting equipment to the TV
1. Connect your equipment to the designated TV socket.
2. Press the
button repeatedly on the remote control until the correct input symbol for
your equipment appears on the TV screen:
Symbol
1
Input signals
+
MONO
A
•
Audio/video input signal through the scart connector
•
RGB input signal through the scart connector
2
•
Audio/video input signal through the scart connector
phono sockets C and D
2
•
S video input signal through the scart connector
sockets B and D
3
•
B
+
P
_
s
_
2 L/G/S/I R/D/D/D
2
C
D
8mm/Hi8
camcorder
F
+
+
MONO
F
P
_
s
G
G
_
2 L/G/S/I R/D/D/D
2
s
or the
or the phono
S-VHS/Hi8
camcorder
Audio/video input signal through the scart connector
H
3. Switch on the connected equipment.
4. To return to normal TV operation, keep pressing the
until the TV picture appears.
button on the remote control
Note: To avoid picture distortion, do not connect equipment to the
sockets at the same time.
B
,
C
,
D
and
G
....
1
R/D/D/D
Additional information when connecting equipment
E
2
S 2
3
L/G/S/I
5V 200mA
H
F G
Connecting a VCR
We recommend you connect your VCR to the H socket using a scart lead. If you do not have
a scart lead, use the ‘Manually Tuning the TV’ section of this instruction manual to tune in
the VCR signal to TV programme number’0’.
....
1
R/D/D/D
Connecting headphones
Plug in your headphones to the
A
2
S 2
3
5V 200mA
socket on the front of the TV set.
Connecting to external audio equipment
Plug in your hi-fi equipment to the E sockets on the rear of the TV if you wish to amplify
the audio output from the TV. The output level from the E sockets can be varied by adjusting
the volume of the headphones (refer to the ‘Adjusting the sound’ section of this manual).
For mono equipment
Connect the phono plug to the L/G/S/I socket on the front of the TV and select the
2 input
signal using the instructions on this page. Finally, refer to the ‘Adjusting the sound’ section
of this manual and select ‘A’ on the sound menu screen.
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L/G/S/I
1
2
PlayStation
Hi-Fi
VCR
Optional Equipment
Connecting equipment to the TV
Selecting the output source for the scart
sockets G or H
1. Press the MENU button on the remote control to display the
menu on the TV screen.
2. Press the v button to select the
symbol on the menu
screen then press the b button to enter the ‘VIDEO
CONNECTION’ menu screen.
VIDEO CONNECTION
TV Screen
Output
TV
[TV - - - - -]
[AV 1 - - - - -]
AV1
3. Press the v button to highlight ‘TV Screen’ (input source for the
TV screen) or ‘Output’ (output source for
3
2 / s 2 or
sockets) then press the b button to confirm.
4. Press the B or b button to select the desired source (see below)
then press the OK button to confirm:
TV Screen
TV, AV1, RGB, AV2, YC2, AV3
Output
TV, AV1, AV2, YC2, AV3, AUTO
5. Press the MENU button to remove the menu from the TV screen.
Smartlink
Smartlink is a direct link between your TV set and VCR.
For Smartlink you need:
• a VCR which supports Smartlink, NexTView Link or
Megalogic.
• A fully-wired 21-pin scart cable to connect your VCR to scart
connector
3.
The features of Smartlink are:
• tuning information such as the channel overview are
downloaded from the TV set to the VCR.
• direct TV recording : While watching TV you need to press just
one button on the VCR to record this programme.
For more information on Smartlink please refer to your VCR
instruction manual.
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Optional Equipment
Connecting
Using
the AVequipment
Label Preset
to the
feature
TV
This function enables you to designate a name to the optional equipment you have connected to the sockets of this TV. This name
can be up to 5 characters (letters or numbers) and will appear on screen whenever the equipment is selected for use.
1. Press the MENU button on the remote control to display
the menu on the TV screen.
2. Press the v button to select the
symbol on the menu
screen then press the b button to enter the ‘PRESET’
menu.
3. Press the v button to select ‘AV Label Preset’ then press
the b button to enter the ‘AV LABEL PRESET’ menu.
4. Press the V or v buttons to select the input source you
wish to name (eg AV2) then press the b button to
highlight the first element of the ‘LABEL’ column.
5. Press the V or v buttons to select a letter or number
(select ‘-’ for a blank) then press the b button to
confirm. Select the other four characters in the same
way.
6. After selecting all the characters, press the OK button.
7. Repeat steps 4 to 6 if you wish to label other input
sources.
8. Press the MENU button to remove the menu from the
TV screen.
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Additional Information
Specifications
TV system
I/DVB-T
Colour system
PAL
NTSC 3.58, 4.43 (only Video in)
Channel coverage
UHF:B21-B69
Picture tube
KV-28DX20U
FD Trinitron WIDE
Approx 71cm (28inches) (Approx 66cm picture measured diagonally), 102° deflection
KV-32DX20U
FD Trinitron WIDE
Approx 82cm (32 inches) (Approx 76cm picture measured diagonally), 102° deflection
Rear Terminals
21-pin Euro connector (CENELEC standard) including audio/video
1
input, RGB input, TV audio/video output.
2 / s 2 21-pin Euro connector (CENELEC standard) including audio/video
input, S-video input, selectable audio/video output.
21-pin Euro connector (CENELEC standard) including audio/video
3
input, selectable audio/video output.
Audio outputs - phono jacks
Front Terminals
Video input -phono jack
2
Audio inputs - phono jacks
2
S video input - 4 pin DIN
s
Headphones jack - minijack stereo
Sound output
Left/Right:
Sub woofer:
2x20W (music power)
20W (music power)
Power consumption
KV-28DX20U: 195W
KV-32DX20U: 185W
Dimensions (wxhxd)
KV-28DX20U: Approx. 761x496x525mm
KV-32DX20U: Approx. 874x563x571mm
Weight
KV-28DX20U:
KV-32DX20U:
Approx. 44.0kg
Approx. 62.0kg
Accessories supplied
RM-888 remote control (1)
IEC designated size AA battery (2)
Other features
Teletext
Smartlink
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Additional Information
Troubleshooting
Here are some simple solutions to problems which may affect the picture and sound.
Problem
Cause
No picture , no sound
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•
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•
Power off.
TV in standby.
Aerial disconnected
Picture preset level adjustment.
No digital transmissions in your area.
No digital transmissions from the transmitter you are currently using.
Weak signal.
Unsuitable aerial
Scrambled/subscription-only channel.
Programme used only for data (no picture or sound).
Programme not being transmitted.
Digital mode Timer Record active (regular flash).
Fault (irregular flash).
Volume control
Wrong external mode selected on an RGB video source.
Colour level setting.
Batteries low.
Inputs from external equipment not switched off.
Cause
•
Solution
Power off.
TV in standby.
•
•
•
Plug in the TV.
Press the
button on the front of the TV
If the
indicator is on press the / button or a numbered button on the
remote control.
Check the aerial connection.
Select
on the TV menu system then adjust the brightness, picture and colour
balance levels
Tune in the analogue channels available using the ‘Manually tuning the TV’
instruction in this manual, then contact a local installer to find out when digital
transmissions begin in your area.
Contact a local installer to find out which transmitter you should be pointing
your aerial at.
Change your aerial to to cover the channels used by digital programmes
(Contact a local installer)
Ensure aerial is correctly aligned to transmitter.
Ensure aerial is plugged directly into the TV (not through other equipment).
Upgrade to a higher gain aerial.
Subscribe to pay-per-view broadcaster.
See ‘Skipping programme positions’ section.
See ‘Re-arranging the TV channels’ section.
Do not open the cabinet, refer to qualified personnel.
Contact your nearest Sony Service Centre.
Press the
+ button on the remote control.
If
is displayed on the screen, press the
button on the remote control.
Press the
button repeatedly until the RGB symbol
is displayed on
screen.
Select
on the TV menu system then adjust the colour setting
Poor or no picture (screen is dark), but good sound.
No picture on any channel after digital tuning.
Some channels are blank.
Standby indicator flashing.
Good Picture, no sound.
Poor picture quality
No colour on colour programmes.
Remote control does not function.
Distorted picture when changing programmes or
selecting Teletext.
Aerial disconnected
Picture level adjustment
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•
No digital transmissions in your area.
•
No digital transmissions from the transmitter you
are currently using.
Unsuitable aerial.
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Weak signal.
Wrong external mode selected.
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Colour level setting.
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Scrambled/subscription-only channel.
Programme information without picture or sound.
Fault.
Volume control.
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If you continue to have these problems, have your TV serviced by qualified personnel or
you can contact the Sony UK Digital HelpLine on 0870 600 1717.
NEVER open the casing yourself.
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